Rick Ross was feeling ruthless when he penned his “What’s Free” verse for Meek Mill’s new Championships album. The Boss managed to slide in a blatant diss directed at Tekashi 6ix9ine and his current legal situation.

“Screaming ‘gang gang’ now you wanna rat/Racketeering charges caught him on a tap/Looking for a bond lawyers wanna tax, purple hair got them faggots on your back,” he spits.

6ix9ine, who is facing multiple felonious charges, is presently locked up in a New York prison. He, along with four members of his ex-crew, are accused of being members of the Nine Trey Blood gang.

Feds believe his ex-manager Kifano “Shotti” Jordan and Jemel “Murda Mel” Jones were plotting to kill 6ix9ine shortly before he was taken into custody. Jones is also allegedly one of the masterminds behind a drug trafficking operation. He and his associates have been accused of selling heroin, MDMA and fentanyl in large amounts.

Ross is all too familiar with life in — and out — of prison. He was a correctional officer for 18 months before he made his mark as a platinum-selling recording artist. In 2015, the Maybach Music Group head honcho was arrested for the alleged assault of two of his service workers.

Fayette County Sheriff’s Office accused Ross of hitting a male worker “in the head and body” with a Glock 9mm handgun, chipping two teeth and causing jaw and neck injuries as well as “multiple scratches and contusions.”

Evidently, Ross doesn’t play. Listen to “What’s Free” down below.